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20 Photos Of WW2 Finds That Every Detectorist Wish They Would Find (Amazing Finds, Photos+)

The season has now begun, and maybe it is time to give you diggers some motivation. Yes, now it is time to stand up from your couch, because while you sit here — someone else are digging your finds! But, there is a category of detectorists who don’t dig WW2 for different reasons, so with these photos we give greetings to those who can’t dig WW2, but would give everything...

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German WW2 Dog Tags (Identifying Finds, Photos+)

On the photo above you can see four tags from the 118th stationary artillery battalion found in a bundle. These are so-called “unused”. These tokens were not given out. Today i am going to tell you about dog tags. In the German terminology this object is titled Erkennungsmarke. Any self-respecting WW2 digger has eventually found a German badge, and sometimes more than one. In the memory of many of us, this...

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Steiner Binoculars Wildlife XP 10×26 – Satisfied! (Review, Photos+)

Hello friends! I thought back at the end of last season that it would be fun to get some binoculars to myself (to quietly watch my neighbors (joking)), to watch during detecting what is happening around me. Very often I get worried about my car, I often leave it somewhere in the bushes or a bit in the line, so that people don’t see it and start wondering: “Who is...

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Minelab Safari – A Professional Metal Detector For A Beginner (Review, Photos+)

Greetings reader! One of my fellow detectorists bought himself a Minelab Safari and shared his experience and review of this interesting and not very common metal detector. I thank him for the review and give him the word: What kind of metal detector is the Minelab Safari? Well, finally I got my hands on a professional level device with a rather big price of 700 euros and a so-called model range...

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New Coiltek 14 “x9” Coil For The Minelab CTX3030 (New 2017, Data, Photos+)

The Australian Coiltek continues to pull money out of the pocket from rich costumers. Why the rich you may ask? Because one set of the metal detector Minelab CTX 3030 costs about $ 2,000. But the new coil is a little uncertain, the size is 14 × 9 “. It is a pretty standard coil, except for its weight – 985 grams. With this new coil you are promised more finds:...

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New Metal Detector From Garrett? (Promised The 6th Of May, We Wait!)

The company Garrett has recently rolled out some new detectors, and more are yet to come. The “Ace” line recently received some upgrades – the new Ace 200-300-400, but the AT PRO / GOLD and even the old GTI 2500 has not had an upgrade for a while. But Garrett did not disappoint, promising to show a new detector on the 6th of May.   In the video very little is clear – the new coil is...

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Bounty Hunter Junior Target I.D., The Best Detector For Children (Review, Photos+)

When you want to buy a metal detector, you may simply get lost from all the varieties of models and manufacturers, not knowing how they all differ from each other. But when you want to get a detector for your child, then there is nothing to choose. But you want to take a reliable, operable, understandable, interesting detector. This detector, in my opinion, is the Bounty Hunter Junior Target I. D....

Promo code for Tekneticsdirect or how to save on your Teknetics metal detectors order? (Facts, code+) 0

Promo code for Tekneticsdirect or how to save on your Teknetics metal detectors order? (Facts, code+)

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Bronze sword hilt sold for $4342 (Expensive Finds, Photos+)

  If there would be a sword on that handle, then the detectorist who found it would be bathing in gold. But there is no blade, the iron has already long ago rusted away to piecees, so there was only the bronze handle left. See the photos. This sword dates back to the Kievan Rus. An amazing find: A bronze sword hilt. The handle has some nice carvings. What is especially...

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Scabbard Chape From The Kievan Rus! (Find, Photos+)

The snow just recently got off the ground, which already was there for three months, while I wanted to go out with my Fisher F44 detector. At that time, it was a lot of strong winds in the area, thereby drying the earth. So, the next weekend I went detecting in the fields, not being afraid of the mud. My chosen field was already dry enough to walk on it...